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Okoro Group General Counsel, Baring Asset Management, Powerlist Foundation trustee


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Sandie is one of the very few female general counsels in the City and selected to sit on the management board of the Hague-based Panel of Recognised International Market Experts in Finance. Established to assist judicial systems in the settlement of international disputes on complex financial transactions. Te organisation’s core activities include arbitration, mediation, education, the provision of expert opinions and judicial training. Sandie is one of only two women and the only Briton on the board. In her day job, she manages a global team of lawyers in London, Boston and Hong Kong. She is also a director of Baring International Investment Limited and chair of networking organisation Chief Legal Officers Programme. Sandie is a director of International Lawyers for Africa, an organisation that provides scholarships for African lawyers to gain work experience at the most eminent law firms in the world. Sandie mentors young BME lawyers through the Black Lawyers Directory’s Legal Launch Pad and co-founded a mentoring programme, See Te Possibilities, at Baring. She is a trustee for LawWorks, a pro bono charity and a trustee of the Powerlist Foundation.


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